18 fonts



Sisco is a typeface family of 18 fonts. Its design is thought to suggest modernity and technology. The characters have a condensed structure and their sides are formed by straight lines in shapes that are generally curved, as is the case of the "o". This feature allows us to reduce character spacing and make Sisco a suitable typography for situations where we need to include a lot of text in a small space.

The proportions of the design, with short ascenders and a generous middle eye, allow good legibility in small sizes. In addition, the strokes finish very openly, enlarging the internal white of the characters.

The font family includes small caps, ligatures, old-style numerals and fractions.

Note the cursive structure of some italic characters, straight lines give way to soft curves in letters such as "e" or "y", which is rare in geometrically cut typefaces.

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